Firefox Now Offers Translation Without Internet

Mozilla has released Firefox version 118, featuring a built-in translator for entire web pages. Unlike competitors like Google Translate or Microsoft Bing Translator, this translator works locally within Firefox, ensuring that translated text stays on the user’s computer and doesn’t require a connection to external servers.

When users visit a webpage in a different language from their browser’s default, a translation icon appears in the address bar, allowing users to choose their preferred translation languages. However, this feature currently supports only 9 languages, and there are limitations such as difficulties with mixed-language content on websites and the inability to translate text from images or videos.